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Xenobiotics are chemical substances found but not produced in living organisms or nature. The term Xenobiotic comes from the Greek for xeno (foreign) and biotics (of or pertaining to life). Examples of Xenobiotics are compounds that include drugs, food additives, and environmental pollutants. Some naturally occurring chemicals (endobiotics) become xenobiotics when present in the earth at exorbitant concentrations. A few organisms may produce them as a part of their defense mechanism, e.g., mycotoxins, bacterial and natural poisons, and so on. Contemporary human introduction to xenobiotics is unavoidable, as they are omnipresent. Xenobiotics can be stored within different body organs and tissues.

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